Voluntary sector in Newcastle: key facts

Document type
Factsheet
Corporate author(s)
Newcastle Council for Voluntary Service
Publisher
Newcastle Council for Voluntary Service
Date of publication
1 September 2015
Subject(s)
Social Work, Social Care and Social Services
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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This is a quick and easy guide to information about the size and economic impact of the voluntary sector in Newcastle.

‘Key Facts’ draws upon research from a wide set of resources including Newcastle CVS's own ‘Taking the Temperature’ report published earlier in the year.

It also offers short examples of voluntary and community action carried out by a range of voluntary sector organisations based in Newcastle.

The size of the sector and economic impact are discussed, along with regional perspectives. Examples of voluntary and community action in Newcastle are also provided.

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